Dima Nirox

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  1. Hello team! My task is: sync data to the /media/username/DATA256 directory. The user rslsync is added to the group and everything works perfectly with main system SSD. The laptop has 3 physical SSD. System and two extra. Extra SSD mounted (allowed to do this to a user without root rights) in /media/username/DATA256 Problem: in WebUI Resilio, when I try to go to the /media/username/DATA256 directory, only /media/username/ opens, then the subdirectories are not displayed. What am I doing wrong?
  2. Yes I did it I reinstalled my old server and now it runs Proxmox and it already runs Ubuntu 20.04.1 and FreeBSD 12.2 Surprisingly, the network speed test shows a big difference. FreeBSD does not hang 500-600mb/s at the same time in Ubuntu the speed is not lower than 800-900mb/s all this on one server, in one data center but I'm still working on it.
  3. All fine. You've already helped me. For me, it is more an experiment to understand from personal experience whether FreeBSD is really so "good and reliable" for my purposes. So far, I doubt it very much. The documentation does not correspond to reality, most of the applications that I use in Linux are just not available for FreeBSD, there is no virtualization as a guest system (qemu agent is absent in nature, not counting the ported version with limited functionality). Something tells me that I will play with this system for a while and go back to Linux, because everything just work
  4. yes, the problem is in autostart of the service on load like user, not root. I added this and other strings (options for running the script) to the user crontab and system, even tried options with sudo username but the service does not start at system startup.
  5. Hello! I can't say that your instruction works for me, but I still have a question, how do I run resilio as a user at system startup? I've tried system crontab, user crontab and it's not working. Only placing the script with the command in /etc/rc.d / solves my problem, but running as root is not what I need. Thanks. P.S. I want to build a very reliable backup server for myself, because FreeBSD + is a new experience for me, it is still very different from Linux, at least in the examples of documentation of real cases. And yes, I am studying the handbook for the second day